Long live the New Flesh and pucker up! Here's a breakdown of what went into the "breathing television effect" in 'Videodrome.'
Crack a beer and lean back in your Adirondack: here's the best of the best when it comes to Canadian horror.
"All my movies are comedies in one way or another."
What do two men sitting in a bathtub and the politics of Canadian film distribution have in common?
We chat with the writer and artist about his compulsion to dissect - in detail - David Cronenberg's horrifyingly rageful tale of divorce.
A surprising, grim, heartfelt, and morbidly humorous little film.
Who'd have thought Lance Henriksen would be Viggo Mortensen's muse.
By using the language of the American horror film to explore notions of northern modernity, Cronenberg left his mark on Canadian national cinema.
A stroll through movie history with fifty of the maddest scientists to ever hit the big screen.
The Soska Sisters will attempt to transform the personal terrors of David Cronenberg into their own demented nightmare.